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Rawrrr! 10 Places Where Kids Can See Dinosaurs in Singapore

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Little dinosaur fans will roar with excitement when you take them to these 10 places to see life-sized dinosaurs in Singapore!

From dinosaur parks and playgrounds to massive life-sized dinosaurs that make real dinosaur sounds (yeah, we heard them and can vouch for it!) plus actual dinosaur skeletons and fossils, check out these places to find dinosaurs in Singapore (and many of them are free to enter!).

Read more: Where to See Crocodiles, Dolphins, Otters and more in Singapore!

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1. Changi Jurassic Mile: 20 Dinosaurs in Singapore (FREE!)

Head over to Changi Jurassic Mile for Singapore’s largest permanent outdoor display of 20 different life-sized dinosaurs. This one-kilometre dino-themed cycling and jogging track along the 3.5km Changi Airport Connector path links the Jewel Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the Park Connector Network (PCN). Look out for the Tyrannosaurus Rex, dinosaur eggs, the Brontosaurus and the bright blue Velociraptors. Handy information panels show facts about these dinosaurs along that path while outdoor speakers play safari-themed music for the complete Jurassic Park style experience. Full deets here.
If you are heading here with little kids, do be warned that it is a walk of 2 km from HUB & SPOKE car park to the start of Jurassic Mile (which is a one kilometre path)! So you may want to bring scooters or cycle instead.
How much: Free
Where: Airport Boulevard (alight at Changi Airport Terminal 4, Car Park 4A and follow the on-ground signage). Deets here


2. Dinosaurs spotted at Punggol Uncle Ringo

There’s a carnival in town! Head on over to Punggol Container Park, for Uncle Ringo funfair rides, archery, dinosaurs, restaurants and more! The carnival consists of two carousel rides, a merry-go-round swing, balloon wheel ride, train ride, pirate ship and a ‘dinosaur and mythical creatures’ park. This is where you’ll find moving life-sized dinosaurs and mythical creatures such as dragons, plus speakers throughout the area playing Jurassic Park-like music. Kids will love the fact that the dinosaurs roar to make it feel super real!
How much: $5 per entry to dinosaur park, all rides priced individually
Uncle Ringo, Punggol Container Park, opening hours: Every Thursday to Sunday, 5pm to 9pm till end of 2021

      Read more: Punggol Container Park restaurants and Uncle Ringo funfair rides

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3. 11 dinosaurs at Changi Airport Connector!

Seen all the dinos at Jurassic Mile? Have you checked out the newer 3.9 metre Tyrannosaurus Rex or the 3.5m-tall Diplodocus? The newest dinosaurs in Singapore can be found outside of Jurassic Mile along the Changi Airport Connector. The yellow Tyrannosaurus Rex is near the Terminal 4 slip road while the pink Diplodocus is outside the VIP complex.
How much: Free
Where: Changi Airport Connector

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4. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum: Dinosaur fossils

Ah, now we are getting to the real stuff! If your kids are on a quest for knowledge about dinosaurs, this is the place! The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum’s three diplodocid sauropod fossils were among the largest and heaviest animals to ever walk on land. They dwarf even the biggest theropods such as Tyrannosaurs. These fossils are estimated to be between 149 and 156 million years old and are more than 80% complete. Two of the dinosaur skeletons come with skulls which we are told is a rarity!
How much: $9/$16 for Singaporean/PR child/adult or $13/$21 child/adult
Where: National University of Singapore 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377

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5. Fu Shan Garden: Dinosaur playground (FREE!)

If your kids want to get up close and personal with dinosaurs in Singapore, head over to the dinosaur slides and stone dinosaur sculptures at the free to enter playground Fu Shan Garden. Kids can clamber all over the dinosaurs here unlike at other dinosaur installations. Can you find the dimetrodon, sauropod, pteranodon, triceratops, and tyrannosaurus rex? There are tunnels to explore and some newer additions to this dinosaur playground include the colourful wooden stegosaurus and triceratops with hollowed-out tummies to hide in.
How much: Free
Where: Fu Shan Garden, 81 Woodlands Street 81, Singapore 730827

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6. Dinosaurs Playground at Toa Payoh East (FREE!)

You’ll find dinosaurs in Singapore at this super old-school heartland playground! These guys are probably the oldest dinosaurs in Singapore – they were installed by sculpture specialists Hong Hai Environmental Arts in 2000. The gigantic, three-metre-tall tyrannosaurus rex is at the centre of the play area surrounded by white eggs, with a baby t-rex nearby. Kids can’t really interact with these prehistoric beasts but there’s some play equipment nearby with a small slide, activity panel and climbing handholds.
How much: Free
Where: Block 27 Toa Payoh East, Singapore 310027

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7. Dinosaur Fossils at KidsSTOP, Singapore

The Dino Pit at KidsSTOP (part of Science Centre Singapore) is a must-visit for budding paleontologists! Preschoolers and little ones love taking off their socks and getting stuck in the sand here while they try dig out the dinosaur fossil. Designed to provide kids with a memorable sensory experience, this Dino Pit activity will have your kids identifying the different parts of the fossil, as they role-play at being a paleontologist. There’s also an interactive board that booms out dinosaur facts to test your kids’ knowledge about these prehistoric creatures.
How much: from $2/$5 off peak for adult/child Singaporeans
Where: KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433

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8. Jurassic Park Universal Studios Singapore: Dinosaur rides

Looking for dinosaur-themed thrills? Take a step back in time into the world of dinosaurs in Singapore at Universal Studios Singapore. This is where you’ll find lots of adrenaline-fuelled fun for dinosaur lovers. Three rides are of note; the Canopy Flyer for a prehistoric bird’s eye view of Jurassic Park, Dino-Soarin’ where kids can ride on the back of flying Pteranodons, and the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure for a thrilling river raft ride through dinosaur habitats – expect to get soaked!
How much: $66/$58 for Singapore residents adult/child
Where: Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269

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9. Dinosaur rides at Let’s Play @ D’Marquee Downtown East

New bouncy castle pop up indoor playground Let’s Play @ D’Marquee at Downtown East also features extra activities depending on the month. There are dinosaur rides here for dinosaur fans plus life-sized robots that you can sit in and control, mini train rides, as well classic bumper cars! Read all about our review plus what to expect when you go here.
When: 7 May – 9 August 2022
: Let’s Play @D’Marquee, Downtown East
How much: from $25

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10. Watch Dinosaurs of Antarctica at Omni theatre

If you have a dinosaur lover at home, take them to see the dinosaur-themed Omni Theatre show ‘Dinosaurs of Antarctica’ at Southeast Asia’s first 8K 3D digital dome theatre at the Science Centre Singapore! This amazing 40-minute show (best for 8yr olds+) takes you on a science expedition following modern-day Antarctic scientists on a quest to understand the ice continent’s profound transformation. You’ll also get a glimpse of life during the lost prehistoric world of Gondwana when bug-eyed dinosaurs and colossal amphibians roamed Antarctica – the special effects are great.
How much: Tickets from $14
Where: various timings, Omni Theatre, Science Centre Singapore

Every effort has been taken to ensure details are correct however as venues may close without warning- always best to check with each venue directly before heading down.

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Image credits: Lead image, image #2 and image #4: Syazana Hishamuddin, 3#Dinosaurs of Antartica, #5Changi Airport Group, #6Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, #7Playpoint.Asia, #8Tan Yong Lin via Flickr, #9KidsSTOP, #10Universal Studios Singapore

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